Why Emailing Your Subscribers Everyday Equals More Money

Why Emailing Your Subscribers Everyday Equals More Money

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Hey guys, Zach Miller here again and today I’m going to be talking about the daily emails. Now daily e-mails actually came with big inspiration from Perry Belcher and what he ended up doing was a credit card knife offer. Now that’s, if you don’t know, it’s for mainly the survivalist niche kind of people who are outdoors either looking for you know dooms day for preppers, all those sorts of things. And he sold over, I believe three million of these things now, it’s just been absolutely amazing, 70 years of buyers list of three million people who are hungry, ready and trust him and like him all to present that next offer and they’re ready to buy.

So if this guy knows what he’s talking about and one of the things that he has told me Perry, is that when you do something Zach, you need to contact your list every day. And then, sometimes I contact my list two and three times a day and he goes when I do that you know there’s different ways I go about it, but if you’re not at least contacting them as you the attractive character every single day, then you are losing money. And I’ve taken this concept and I’ve applied to a lot of my students and they’ve actually found out that you know, hey, if I’m not e-mailing my list you know a lot of my students send e-mail once a week or maybe a couple times a week, sometimes just once a month or never.

And all of a sudden, they step-up all of this e-mail in process to a daily you know, turn and burn and they end up seeing that yes they’re going to have unsubscribes but those were people who were never interested in being on the email list anyways because the second you send an e-mail they don’t want an e-mail, why are they on an email list? So you don’t want those people, so immediately crushed that out of your mind, there’s nothing to even worry about those types of people when they unsubscribe, because they weren’t going to be there anyways.

It’s all you’re there for the buyers, the listeners, people who want to take action. If you want to take some, you know, make change in people’s lives and you’ve got to be willing to understand that some people are going to like what you say, some will, but it’s really the people that love it, take it, evangelize it and that’s where they change their lives. So that’s what you’re doing when you contact someone everyday; if you contact them everyday, these are people who know you, like you, trust you and they want to keep hearing from you, they want to know what’s-up, they want to know what the changes are, how they can keep-up on the latest trends. Whatever it is that you have to talk about, it’s interesting to them, because you are you, they are them and you’re talking about that one thing, that desired result right?

And when you have that desired result in mind by building out a value ladder like I talk about, insight sales funnel secrets, then what you can actually end up doing, is knowing the mindset that your customer’s coming into when they come to talk to you or they view your products. So you can communicate on the same level and the same language that they’re speaking as well. When you do that the sales become easy, let me tell you.

So with that being said, I want you guys to get my book, “Sales Funnel Secrets”, I’m offering it for completely free, all I want you guys to do, the only catch is I need you to just pay the shipping to get it to you anywhere in the world. So I do it like that so that we can get there fast, Amazon do all the shipping for me, they ship it out and handle everything so it’s done quickly like a split. If you like, if you’ve ever ordered from Amazon before, it’s just like that; it’s going to come real fast. So I need you guys to act fast, the only reason being that it’s going to come fast for the first few hundred books, but we sell out really fast and when I do sell out, I have to order from my publisher and they take 30 days to get another copy of a thousand or two thousand books of these.

So I need you guys to, if you want to get your hands on this, you need to do it now, it’s not tomorrow, it’s not in an hour, it’s not in fifteen minutes, it’s now. Because whenever this is, you know, these are sold out, you have to wait thirty days, so you know, 30 minutes can be the difference between you waiting three days or 30 days. And let me tell you, every day of having this in your hand makes a huge difference in your business, in your life. So with that being said, the information is going to be in the description down below on the side, it’s going to take you to a page, all you do is tell us where to ship this book to and then that’s it; it’s on its way to you, so with that being said guys. I wish you the best success. Bye bye.

 

Email Marketing Quotes

Here are just a few of my favorite quotes on email marketing.

    1. Email has an ability many channels don’t: creating valuable, personal touches – at scale

 

    1. Cher’s “If I could turn back time” is actually about her sending an email campaign with a mistake in it ~ Alex Williams

 

    1. Treat your email program like the movies – give a preview so they know what to expect

 

    1. Attention is always real-time. You don’t have to create the most interesting thing ever, just the most interesting thing at the moment. ~ Jordie van Rijn

 

    1. Set a target goal for how many email subscribers you’d like to reach every month

 

    1. An email without clarity is like an annoying mime: Just say what you want or get out the way! ~ Jordie van Rijn

 

    1. There is no formula for the perfect email – Authentic and honest messaging works.

 

    1. Open, click and unsubscribe rates are pretty poor measures for email engagement.

 

    1. Email is easy…if you want it to be. Simplify before you get complicated.

 

    1. Signing up is a powerful signal of intent to buy. Send them email until they do ~ Dela Quist

 

    1. I want to do business with a company that treats emailing me as a privilege, not a transaction. ~ Andrea Mignolo

 

    1. To get the right message to the right person at the right time you first need to get the right data to the right database at the right time ~ John Caldwell (the right tweet)

 

    1. Email is the Jason Bourne of online: somebody’s always trying to kill it. It can’t be done.

 

    1. Perhaps not surprisingly, cash is still the #1 driver for consumers to share their information

 

    1. 90% of marketing doesn’t work because it doesn’t get done. ~ Neil Bradman

 

    1. The right Email vendor can make the difference between succes and frustration. ~ Jordie van Rijn

 

    1. Design like you are absolutely right, then optimize like you were wrong from the start. ~ Jordie van Rijn

 

    1. Data means « given » in Latin. So kindly ask your clients to share it with you. ~ Benoît De Nayer

 

    1. Losers try to convince people they’re thirsty. Winners sell ice water in the desert. ~ P.Marshal

 

    1. About A/B split-testing: Your “winning” version may still suck.

 

    1. Your winning email might be a female bodybuilder; as strong as they come, but ugly as hell. ~ Jordie van Rijn

 

    1. Relevance is irrelevant once the consumer chooses you. ~ Bob Frady

 

    1. Email Is The New Email ~ Jordie van Rijn

 

    1. Use low commitment CTAs. Emails are invites, landingpages are parties ~ Matt Byrd

 

    1. Every click is a wish. (tweet that wish)

 

    1. If #socialmedia is the cocktail party, then #emailmarketing is the ‘meet up for coffee’. The original 1 to 1 channel. ~ Erik Harbison

 

    1. Email Acquisition is like cutting hair, must happen regularly, can be done well, but one bad experience can scar forever ~ David Baker

 

    1. An email address is like a customer’s “digital fingerprint” ~ David Daniels

 

    1. When you have written your headline, you have spent eighty cents out of your dollar. ~ David Ogilvy

 

    1. Having a lot to say is never a good enough reason to actually say it ~ Lee Clowes beard

 

 

    1. Bait without a hook is just food ~ John Hayes on email CTAs

 

    1. Tell me and I will forget, show me and I may remember, involve me and I will understand ~ Confucius

 

    1. Email is the most popular function on the SmartPhone, so lets call it what it is: A SmartMailer. ~ Jordie van Rijn

 

    1. The most successful call-to-action in the world is the letter X, make yours better. ~ Andrew Hanelly

 

    1. Good content is a commodity, great content is a scarcity

 

    1. If you are not seeing the email channel as a money making machine, you have the wrong strategy ~ Hans Smellinckx

 

    1. Email is the Alpha Mail. ~ Russian ESP slogan

 

    1. Money is the best Feedback. ~ Claudiu Murariu

 

    1. Don’t debate “Chicken or Egg, which came first?” Bring the Chicken ~ Jordie van Rijn

 

    1. Email is a push channel, so we need to push it to work harder ~ Kath Pay

 

    1. On the highway to user/product love, lifecycle emails are road signs providing timely guidance, not annoying billboards. ~ Samuel Hulick Tweet it

 

    1. To not have an email address is the digital equivalent of being homeless. Without it you can’t shop online, bank online or engage with social media. ~ Dela Quist

 

    1. Every email is a customer survey of your target market, by testing they vote on what resonates best with them ~ Kath Pay

 

    1. Unsubscribe rate is the #1 email marketing KPI: Kaput Performance Indicator. ~ Jordie van Rijn

 

    1. How to write a good email: 1. Write your email 2. Delete most of it 3. Send ~ Dan Munz

 

    1. A bad email reputation is like a hangover–hard to get rid of and it makes everything else hurt. ~ Chris Marriott

 

    1. Not enough talk about the importance of brand in email. Customers don’t sign up for email – they sign up for your brand. ~ Bob Frady

 

    1. “Average conversion rates are meaningless. Switzerland on average is flat.” – Chris Goward

 

    1. “Nothing begets creativity like constraints.” – Christopher Mims

 

    1. “On average, 8 out of 10 people will read your headline copy, but only 2 out 10 will read the rest.” – Brian Clark

 

    1. “To get the right message to the right person at the right time you first need to get the right data to the right database at the right time.” – John Caldwell

 

 

    1. “The cost of being wrong is less than the cost of doing nothing.” – Seth Godin

 

    1. “Open, click and unsubscribe rates are pretty poor measures for email engagement.” – Jordie van Rijn

 

    1. Jordie van Rijn also has this gem to add…

 

    1. “An email without clarity is like an annoying mime: Just say what you want or get out the way!”

 

    1. “Start an editorial calendar that everyone involved in your blog (writers, editors, marketing team, etc.) can access.” – Kristi Hines

 

    1. “Email has an ability many channels don’t: creating valuable, personal touches – at scale.” – David Newman

 

    1. “Make the prospect a more informed buyer with content.” – Robert Simon (Four Seasons Hotels)

 

    1. “The best marketing doesn’t feel like marketing.” – Tom Fishburne

 

 

    1. “Make the customer the hero of your story … and … good content isn’t about good storytelling. It’s about telling a true story well.– Ann Handley

 

    1. “Having a lot to say is never a good enough reason to actually say it.” – Lee Clowes beard

 

    1. “Your top of the funnel content must be intellectually divorced from your product but emotionally wed to it.” – Joe Chernov

 

    1. “How to write a good email: 1. Write your email 2. Delete most of it 3. Send.” – Dan Munz

 

    1. “Focus on growing your list all of the time as newer subscribers are more engaged adding to healthier open rates and ROI.” – Karl Murray

 

    1. “Bait without a hook is just food.” – John Hayes on email CTAs

 

    1. Average conversion rates are meaningless. Switzerland on average is flat. ~ Chris Goward

 

    1. Marketing is like sex: everyone thinks they’re good at it. ~ Steve Tobak

 

    1. Perhaps not surprisingly, cash is still the #1 driver for consumers to share their information.~ Jordie van Rijn

 

    1. A small list that wants exactly what you’re offering is better than a bigger list that isn’t committed.~ Ramsay Leimenstoll

 

    1. Email has an ability many channels don’t: creating valuable, personal touches – at scale.~ David Newman

 

    1. People need stories more than bread itself. They tell us how to live, and why.~ Arabian Nights

 

    1. Don’t use big words, they mean so little.~ Oscar Wilde

 

    1. Start testing and stop arguing. ~ Jon Correll

 

    1. Why waste a sentence saying nothing? ~ Seth Godin

 

    1. That which is measured improves.~ Karl Pearson

 

    1. Done is better than perfect.~ Facebook

 

    1. Signing up is a powerful signal of intent to buy. Send them email until they do. ~ Jordie van Rijn

 

    1. Treat your subject line like the movie trailer – give a preview so they know what to expect.~ unknown

 

    1. Make the customer the hero of your story. ~ Ann Handley

 

    1. Focus on growing your list all of the time as newer subscribers are more engaged adding to healthier open rates and ROI.~ Karl Murray

 

    1. Don’t continue to do what you’ve always done just because it’s easy to do.~ Ian Minnis

 

    1. Personalization – it is not about first/last name. It’s about relevant content.~ Dan Jak

 

    1. Quality over quantity – Emails may best cost efficient but it’s no excuse to not produce quality content to give to a targeted audience.~ Benjamin Murray

 

    1. Open, click and unsubscribe rates are pretty poor measures for email engagement.~ Jordie van Rijn

 

    1. “One of our customers recently summed it up well by telling us that for them Social Media was shinny but email was money”. ~ Marie Moynihan

 

    1. “When you combine dynamic imaging with real-time data you’ll see the true power of dynamic imaging. You can use Facebook likes and Twitter counters with the exact number of likes and tweets on the moment of opening the e-mail”. ~ Ronald Dubbeldam

 

    1. “To create, execute and automate highly dynamic campaigns across all the key interactive channels – email, mobile, social and the web”. ~ Simon Robinson

 

    1. “Understand why and how your audience uses technology and then start trying to align your communication efforts”. ~ Brian Reich and Dan Solomon

 

    1. “Either write something worth reading or do something worth writing about”. ~ Benjamin Franklin

 

    1. “You can’t expect to just write and have visitors come to you-that’s too passive”.~ Anita Campbell

 

    1. “Good content should be at the heart of your strategy, but it is equally important to keep the display context of that content in mind as well”. ~ Tim Frick

 

    1. “Hyperlinks are the twenty-first-century equivalent of the name-dropper”. ~ Chris Brogan and Julien Smith.

 

    1. “Smartphones are reinventing the connection between companies and their customers”. ~ Rich Miner

 

    1. “Understand the key factors in the math behind viral marketing, and use those to figure out what it takes to get viral growth”. ~ David Skok

 

    1. “In this age of microblogging and two-second sound bites, almost no one has the attention span, or time, to read more than a few sentences”. ~ Tim Frick

 

    1. “It no longer makes economic sense to send an advertising message to the many in hope of persuading the few”. ~ M. Lawrance Light

 

    1. Email has an ability many channels don’t: creating valuable, personal touches – at scale ~ unknown

 

    1. Treat your email program like the movies – give a preview so they know what to expect ~ unknown

 

    1. You don’t have to create the most interesting thing ever, just the most interesting thing at the moment. ~ Lee Clow’s Beard

 

    1. Set a target goal for how many email subscribers you’d like to reach every month. ~ unknown

 

    1. An email without clarity is like an annoying mime: Just say what you want or get out the way! ~ Jordie van Rijn

 

    1. There is no formula for the perfect email – Authentic and honest messaging works. ~ unknown

 

    1. Open, click and unsubscribe rates are pretty poor measures for email engagement. ~ unknown

 

    1. Email is easy…if you want it to be. Simplify before you get complicated. ~ unknown

 

    1. Signing up is a powerful signal of intent to buy. Send them email until they do ~ Dela Quist

 

    1. To get the right message to the right person at the right time you first need to get the right data to the right database at the right time ~ John Caldwell

 

    1. Email is the Jason Bourne of online: somebody’s always trying to kill it. It can’t be done.~ unknown

 

    1. Perhaps not surprisingly, cash is still the #1 driver for consumers to share their information ~ unknown

 

    1. 90% of marketing doesn’t work because it doesn’t get done. ~ Neil Bradman

 

    1. The right Email vendor can make the difference between success and frustration. ~ Jordie van Rijn

 

    1. Design like you are absolutely right, then optimize like you were wrong from the start. ~ Jordie van Rijn

 

    1. Losers try to convince people they’re thirsty. Winners sell ice water in the desert. ~ P.Marshal

 

    1. About A/B split-testing: Your “winning” version may still suck. ~ unknown

 

    1. Your winning email might be a female bodybuilder; as strong as they come, but ugly as hell. ~ Jordie van Rijn

 

    1. Relevance is irrelevant once the consumer chooses you. ~ Bob Frady

 

    1. Email Is The New Email ~ Jordie van Rijn

 

    1. Use low commitment CTAs. Emails are invites, landing pages are parties

 

    1. ~ Matt Byrd

 

    1. Every click is a wish. ~ unknown

 

    1. Email Acquisition is like cutting hair, must happen regularly, can be done well, but one bad experience can scar forever ~ David Baker

 

    1. An email address is like a customer’s “digital fingerprint” ~ David Daniels

 

    1. When you have written your headline, you have spent eighty cents out of your dollar. ~ David Ogilvy

 

    1. Having a lot to say is never a good enough reason to actually say it ~ Lee Clowes Beard

 

    1. Bait without a hook is just food ~ John Hayes on email CTAs

 

    1. Tell me and I will forget, show me and I may remember, involve me and I will understand ~ Confucius (450BC)

 

    1. Email is the most popular function on the SmartPhone, so lets call it what it is: A SmartMailer. ~ Jordie van Rijn

 

    1. Good content is a commodity; great content is a scarcity ~ unknown

 

    1. If you are not seeing the email channel as a money making machine, you have the wrong strategy ~ Hans Smellinckx

 

    1. Email is the Alpha Mail. ~ Russian ESP slogan

 

    1. Money is the best Feedback. ~ Claudiu Murariu

 

    1. Email is a push channel, so we need to push it to work harder ~ Kath Pay

 

    1. On the highway to user/product love, lifecycle emails are road signs providing timely guidance, not annoying billboards.~ Samuel Hulick

 

    1. To not have an email address is the digital equivalent of being homeless. Without it you can’t shop online, bank online or engage with social media. ~ Dela Quist

 

    1. Every email is a customer survey of your target market, by testing they vote on what resonates best with them ~ Kath Pay

 

    1. Unsubscribe rate is the #1 email marketing KPI: Kaput Performance Indicator. ~ Jordie van Rijn

 

    1. How to write a good email: 1. Write your email 2. Delete most of it 3. Send ~ Dan Munz

 

    1. A bad email reputation is like a hangover–hard to get rid of and it makes everything else hurt. ~ Chris Marriott

 

    1. Not enough talk about the importance of brand in email. Customers don’t sign up for email – they sign up for your brand. ~ Bob Frady

 

Get to Know Me

This is from my “GET TO KNOW ME” email campaign.

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SUBJECT: [DAY 1 of 10] Who is Zach Miller?

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So you’ve heard a little bit about me, you joined my list – you want to learn more, right?

And perhaps you want to learn why I’m ‘the guy to follow’. And I don’t blame ya..

So, who am I to tell you all these marketing marvels & secrets? Well, let me tell you I’m no genius – I’m actually a college drop out (University of South Florida to be exact).

 

But let me tell you where my story starts..

So there I was, looking over my teacher’s shoulder. It was just for a moment, amongst the dozen other tabs and windows open, but it was clear as day. A Bank of America statement with just over 150K in it. All of it from internet marketing..

 

That’s when I knew this was something I had to get into. I’m sure you saw something similar too, didn’t you?

Make more money, work from home in your underwear, fire your boss, travel more..

The good thing is, IT IS ALL TRUE. The bad thing is, you have to work for it.

 

Now, not even hard. More like “hard” for the next 60-90 days, and then rest on your accolades for the next couple years..

Does that sound fun? If so, then you’ll love to hear the rest of my story..

STAY TUNED FOR DAY #2 when I reveal the secret my wealthy computer teacher gave me..

 

Thanks in advance,

Zach Miller

 

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SUBJECT: [DAY 2 of 10] The secret to success online

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Yesterday, I talked about my computer teacher with $150,000+ in his bank account.

Rewind back to the beginning of the school year, high school. That year, I had a teacher named Mr. Killes. He was kind of quirky. His teaching method: Everyone is an idiot [starting anything] and that’s perfect. Clean slates to learn the ONE and ONLY method you need to succeed. I laughed when it popped up on the projector screen.

 

But contrary to my laughing, 32 kids learned how to take apart and build any computer, fix any motherboard – you name it. How did we ALL GET As & Bs when tested?

Well, on the 1st day, Mr. Killes told us, if you read 100 manuals, you have 100 ways to build the same thing. Some manuals start from the top, and others from the bottom. Either is right, you only get into trouble when you look at another manual once you’ve started.

 

And he was right!

 

What did I learn through all this? IF YOU JUST FOLLOW ONE PERSON’S INSTRUCTIONS 100% – YOU’LL SUCCEED EXACTLY LIKE THEY DID.

 

I learned you need to FOCUS on ONE goal. And it shouldn’t take lots of steps to reach..

 

My 6-figure empire was built in 14 days AND only contained 5 steps. Wanna see ‘em?

  1. Research a niche to guarantee sales
  2. Create digital product
  3. Create sales funnel in ClickFunnels
  4. Buy paid traffic & work for free traffic
  5. A/B Split test everything you can

THAT IS IT!

 

But it took a lot of work and help from a special person..

 

STAY TUNED FOR DAY #3 when I reveal who that person was..

 

Thanks in advance,

Zach Miller

 

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SUBJECT: [DAY 3 of 10] My last dollar

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Hi, Zach here again!

If you’ve been tuning in, I told you about my teacher who evangelized about Internet Marketing, had 150K in his bank and started me on the path..

 

Mr. Killes started the fire – but this other guy.. HE TAUGHT ME THE TRICKS..

 

I had come across some free guides that gave me ideas 1 by 1 of what I could do online. You know what that felt like, right?

 

And one thing really stuck out..

 

Internet Marketing’s Insider Secrets by Corey Rudl. It seemed like a glimpse of hope in a dark time..

 

I signed up for a FREEBIE. Forgot to read it. Put it all in the back of my head. And strolled on.

 

But then he sent me this email..

“Tired? How long has it been since you felt relaxed.

Not just relaxed but happy?

We’re the same. Someone we always have to explain what we’re doing to. A boss.

What if you don’t have to slave anymore? What if you work as hard as you do now…

But for 1 more year AND RETIRE? Does that sound better?

Click Here to Learn How to Retire from Your Job

 

It was all I needed to hear. I clicked and saw the price tag. TWENTY-FIVE hundred dollars.

I gulped. What was avoiding all the heartache of work worth? I clicked BUY NOW and spent $2.500 right there. It was every single dollar I ever made as a kid. I literally was betting everything on what Mr. Killes told me in our 6th period  computer lab, the final day I said goodbye to him.

 

He pulled me aside and prepped me for college. The words burned in my mind like a scar. If you want to be smart broke, be an engineer, if you want to be dumb rich, be an internet marketer.  I never got the smart/dumb part. Always thought you had to be smart to be in IM – HAHAHA!!!

I never got the smart/dumb part. Always thought you had to be smart to be in INTERNET MARKETING – HAHAHA!!!

STAY TUNED FOR DAY #4 and learn your secret to DRIVE your success forward.

 

PS: For me, it took being in credit card debt ($24,713.12 to be exact) and losing a home..

 

Thanks in advance,

Zach Miller

 

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SUBJECT: [DAY 4 of 10] What DRIVES you?

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Hi, it’s Zach

You been reading my previous emails? I marked them in [DAY X of 10] so you could find them in your inbox.

 

Quick ketchup (ha) – my high school teacher with 150K in the bank, said Internet Marketing is the life, which drove me to purchase a $2500 book from Corey Rudl that began my illustrious career into IM.. (and a TON of debt)..

 

Why?

 

Because all these gurus do is sell you on the next method and product, don’t they?

 

I read it all, got so fired up and then.. what happened? Well I focused on more than 1 thing.

 

I failed – like A LOT. I failed so much.

SO MUCH, that I got into a LOT of credit card debt, $24,713.12 to be exact.

I failed out of college, went from a 3.6 GPA to 2.2.

SO MUCH, that my parents cut me off from their support at 19.

I failed to make rent, maxing out all my cards, I had enough for 15 more days.

 

With no job, no degree and no visible way out. I CRIED.

 

I mean, who was willing to hire a kid with just a high school diploma and no experience? Economy sucked then, sucks now.

 

And with my newly engaged fiancée, Sasha with me now. I couldn’t ignore it, I needed a guaranteed paycheck TODAY – not TOMORROW.

 

So.. The only thing I found that could was.. selling insurance.. and every moment was H-E-L-L.

 

If you still have a J.O.B. – then you are feeling that same feeling too.

 

So I ask you, WHAT DRIVES YOU? What makes literally ‘FORCES’ you to get shit done?

 

Whatever it is, whether it’s a job you hate, money you need, or just simply helping others – whatever it is, reply back with what your drive is here: http://zach-miller.com/what-drives-you/

 

STAY TUNED TO DAY #5 when I talk about how drive can be used like a ‘Law of Attraction’ to create winning ideas within minutes..

 

Thanks in advance,

Zach Miller

 

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SUBJECT: [DAY 5 of 10] Rags to riches.. well.. at least not homeless

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So if you’ve kept tuned in – here I am in 2011, I’m a dropout, no money, a J.O.B. I hate and isn’t paying me enough, my wife was dying from an illness we couldn’t diagnose – and it literally was the darkest moments I ever faced.

 

Even when I think about that moment, those same emotions come boiling out.

 

That moment. That’s when I reached for something inside, even though I felt nothing was there. For what seemed like hours, I sat in the darkness of my living room at 4 in the morning. And just as the sun broke the horizon, something whispered in my ear.. if you want to be smart, be an engineer. If you want to be rich..

 

I immediately shot up with the sun and started frantically writing 10 ideas I could sell IN 24 HOURS online. I listed all 10 of my ideas on eBay, but one REALLY hit the jackpot. Back then, I sold what was known as “game saves”, they were just files that unlocked game items, levels and cheat codes. The 1st day I sold well over a dozen on eBay, profiting $3 a pop on each one. The next week, I sold 100. Then the 1st of the month came..

SUCCESS! I PAID RENT AND AVOIDED BEING HOMELESS.

I was so happy, I only had $27.33 left in my bank when I wrote the check. But by Day 30, I started selling 100 each and every day, and it went on like this till I topped off with hiring my good friend Dan Smith. It was literally the good life, just like Mr. Killes said!

 

The very first portion of the money I made after paying my bills, I invested into some holistic healers for Sasha. I had to figure out her sickness before she died. I and her, felt it was close. She said it was a matter of days left, not weeks. So we do our research, pay $1,000 in consulting fees. Which ends in us buying a single bottle of 99.99% Pure Iodine. Turns out she had a hypo-active thyroid deficiency which was completely reversed with ONLY 4 DROPS OF IODINE!!! In 14 days, she was back on her feet, running, lifting – I cried for another time, this time from pure joy. My life was saved.. my life was right again.

Now back to making money, right?

Well, everything came so fast. I thankfully took a moment and looked back at how the sudden change came about. And it was ONE THING – I found my DRIVING FORCE in my life.

 

Upon realization of YOUR DRIVE, you can accomplish many of the things I talk about inside my courses. I pack a lot of information, and when you find your drive WITH THAT INFORMATION… wow!

 

See, I didn’t have success with my 1st item, or 2nd, or 3rd. No, it was my SEVENTH idea that made me so much money. Are you beginning to see why you need a drive? Because with drive, you can go through all those ideas in 24 hours, not 24 months!

 

STAY TUNED TO DAY #6 when I reveal my #1 rule for GUARANTEED FAILURE (you need to learn it – so you can avoid it!)

 

Thanks in advance,

Zach Miller

 

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SUBJECT: [DAY 6 of 10] The  #1 rule for GUARANTEED FAILURE

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Have you been tuned in? From dropping out of college to pursue Internet Marketing. To losing it all and making it back in time to pay rent. I quickly fell into a 6-figure business within 24 hours of find my “DRIVING FORCE” like we talked about in DAY 5.

So back to the story..

I guess I was always thinking, “Don’t Put All Your Eggs in One Basket” kind-of-thing when I found success and went onward to find another place that delivered it too.

Guess what happened?

 

I learned my FIRST RULE – Focus on ONE THING for SUCCESS, and TWO THINGS for FAILURE. The result? I spent every dollar I made, on 4 random businesses, and blew the $35,000 extra I was sitting on in no time.

 

Now about 6 months into “living the good life”, one of my main competitors began buying my listings and leaving negative feedback in bulk. This led to my account being suspended.

 

When I got that email, everything came crashing down. My entire business – GONE! Now how was I going to pay the bills this month? I thought I was going to have another one of those “disaster moments” like I had just a few months earlier.

 

And all the time, these internet marketing gurus kept telling me how there was millions to be made everywhere & they always had control of it. How come I couldn’t find any of it, then?

 

Maybe because I hadn’t met them yet, so I journeyed to where they all met back then..

 

LOOK OUT FOR DAY 7 when I tell you about how my “trip to guru mountain” went.. (and ended in me driving in one of their $250,000 Lamborghini Gallados)

 

Thanks in advance,

Zach Miller

 

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SUBJECT: [DAY 7 of 10] I met 28 “gurus” all on this 1 mountain..

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It was Feb 18-20 of 2011, ClickBank Conference in Orlando, FL. I met a lot of the top earners there. It was Day 1, open bar, and all of a sudden the big guys are spilling the beans, trading million dollar lists with each other, one guy sent an email right there on the couch, made a 100K in 5 minutes. It was surreal, I even took my first drive in a $250k Lamborghini Gallado, just because I was standing there.

 

These guys were millionaires every day over. I was star struck [and that’s what they wanted]. Every talk was a pitch for a $10,000 course they sold as a “tell-all”. It sounded like bull-shit. And then I met a startup, Mitch Sanders – in the last 60 days, knowing nothing about the internet, he had a 50k launch just a couple days before (I saw his live ClickBank account). Hearing this, changed my life forever.

 

That’s when I learned that it’s not your fault. The reason I failed, the reason you failed..

 

Was because all of these so-called gurus built up an email list for themselves while never telling you how they created all those sales, leaving out the most crucial parts like which autoresponder to get, how to sell a product, choose a niche. Everyone always left something important out, all leaving you with the inevitable failure that came, didn’t it?

 

It came for me, so many damn times. So many… and then I learned that any guru who wasn’t teaching you about email marketing, and talked about having a 5, 6 or even 7 figure product launches, or making $1,000 every day – did it all with an email list somewhere.

 

EMAIL was this important detail the ‘gurus’ always neglected to mention. And even when I went and paid literally tens of thousands of dollars to hear these same gurus speak for 3 days, they mentioned that key phrase we have all heard “the money is in the list” – but they neglected to tell me how I could work that to my advantage. That I needed a sales funnel, how to write emails, they never told me that.

 

I didn’t build other traffic channels. Didn’t start new campaigns. Didn’t create my own products. No continuity. None of the things that shape a “money maker” into a real proper business.

 

That’s when I learned the business..

 

WATCH OUT FOR DAY 8 when I break down what I did to turn a small local business I ran into a mega company in 12 months..

 

Thanks in advance,

Zach Miller

 

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SUBJECT: [DAY 8 of 10] How to turn $5 into $10,000 contracts

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If you haven’t been reading, I really suggest you go back and catch up.. there’s so much to put all this into context.. but long story short – I learned a lot from a visit to this “mountain” and finding about 30+ “gurus” – many willing to give their business models away.

 

So I took the bits and pieces I learned and glued them together. The sales scripts, the training, the lead generation methods – I took it all and created my own local Search Engine Optimization firm.

 

I utilized a site known as Fiverr, to offer my services at low price points. I used the advice Dan Kennedy gave me (for a hefty price tag), “..a buyer, is a buyer, is a buyer.”

 

I knew that someone who was willing to spend money, was willing to spend more money when given the correct picture that bridges what they want to achieve, and how my service would make that possible.

 

It was a huge success BECAUSE the concept is/has always been true. Still is, if you can build a list of buyers (even if they only have spent $5), you usually create a 6-figure business after you reach 1,000 buyers.

 

Dunno why, but that’s where the number is. So after 1,000 [unique] sales – I ran the numbers, after signing quite a few $10,000 & $12,000 contracts – we booked $265,000.00 in services in 1 single year with that advice!

 

How did I do it? Well, I asked my clients what they HATED MOST about buying from SEO companies. I knew if I could address that issue, I could make a fortune [and I did].

 

Now 6-figures every year ain’t bad, but I wanted to live the lifestyle of 7-figures, and working 10 hours a week. I didn’t know if that was possible, even with everything I had learned and all the 10s of thousands I had spent.

 

Then I met Russell Brunson..

STAY TUNED TO DAY 9 when I tell you about the $17,947 per day funnel.. (wanna copy/hack it?)

 

Thanks in advance,

Zach Miller

 

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SUBJECT: [DAY 9 of 10] The $17,947 per day funnel

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So here I am, I’ve spent so damn much in training. Probably $40,000 or so by now, and then I met Russell Brunson..

 

Russell showed me his sales funnel that made him $17,947 per day. EVERY DAY. And I felt like I knew more than him even! So, he taught me the final secrets to sales funnel hacking I missed..

 

And I was on my way.. Russell made me realize I didn’t have to be smart to be good at internet marketing, and I didn’t need to work hard. I just had to do ONE THING and DO THAT RIGHT, tracking my results.

 

Once I realized all these other ‘gurus’ were secretly holding me back to bleed me dry, I picked out the missing things and began testing. When I did, I found insane success.

 

How much? The SAME NIGHT I switched over to [a] high ticket sales [funnel], I doubled my business. I now only have 13 clients at a time that I consult with. That makes me 80% of my money [I love the 80/20 Rule].

 

I then laid all this out in my Email Mastery Course which served as thousands of businesses email marketing blueprint. And we’ve all discovered, your sales funnels are where rapid growth happens. Now this is where your journey begins..

 

Join me, won’t you?

http://go.zach-miller.com/coaching/

 

Live the life, like I do. Work from home. Enjoy life. Work 1/2 as much. Make 2x as much. Money in bank. No boss. Spouse doesn’t have to work. No college degree. No previous experience. No salesmanship. No phone. All profit.

 

STAY TUNED FOR DAY 10 when I wrap up and talk about how you can increase your value to offer $5,000 & $25,000 services (no matter the industry you’re in).

 

Thanks in advance,

Zach Miller

 

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SUBJECT: [DAY 9 of 10] How you can sell $5k products & coaching

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If there’s one thing I’ve learned from all these “gurus” – it’s this..

 

YOUR TIME IS VALUABLE

 

This reminds me of a parable..

 

A man was given a fortune in gold. There was but one condition. He raise the king’s child and upon the child’s death he may spend his fortune. He agreed.

 

The child grew to be a king, and the man who reared him did grow older. One day, the king went to war, and died. The old man was left with his fortune. But that night, death visited him and said “now is your time”.

 

To which he replied, “I have not yet lived. Nor have I spent my acquired fortunes.”

 

To wit, death touched the old man in comfort, which forced his spirit from his body, immediately taking him onward..

 

The moral. What’s money if you don’t have any time left?

 

So that’s why you should value your services, and your time. I see so many people charging only $20-$50 for their time – when in reality it should be in the hundreds.

 

Shit! I knew a guy on YouTube who made 100s of videos just mixing drinks in front of his trailer. You know how much he charges an hour to talk about mixing fruit drinks? $500 smackeroos an hour!

 

If he can charge that much (and make a 6-figure income), so can you!

 

Click Below and I’ll Show You How

http://go.zach-miller.com/coaching/

Audience Q&A

Whenever I start creating a customer avatar, I often fill out these little worksheet below and craft what my Dream Client looks/feels/reacts to when they hit similar roadblocks I have personally faced.

What are their biggest pain points? What do they need the most help with?

  • No focus
  • Too worried about having a website
  • Too consumed with free methods
  • Bleeding money on paid advertising
  • Have business online, but not enough money or residual income

What scares them?

  • Failure
  • Being dooped into another product
  • Wasting money
  • Wasting time

What’s the biggest danger they don’t even see yet?

  • Building up their business/traffic on a platform they don’t own/control
  • Missed residual income (emails)
  • They continue wasting time & energy keeping the same methods they have now

What are their greatest opportunities?

  • That they can start building a list NOW by focusing on ONE evergreen method
  • They’re building the foundation of their business thru a method they have 100% control over

What are their hopes, dreams and desires?

  • To be financially independent and have more free time
  • Full time income online
  • Support their family

Who do they aspire to be?

  • A market leader
  • A work at home success story

What are their hobbies?

  • Video games
  • Sports
  • TV, Watching movies/shows

Where do they congregate online? What sites do they trust? Where are they getting their news?

  • Warrior Forum, Digital Point, WickedFire

These 4 Mistakes Are Fatal to Business

By 2015, I really hated my job.  “What do you do for a living?” God, I used to hate hearing that when I met new people!  I would internally cringe at the question.  Sure, I worked an online job from home. Sure, it paid the bills. And sure, I got to go to work in my PJ’s but I wasn’t fulfilled in the freelance work that I was doing, we weren’t able scale up and it began to take it’s toll on me mentally and physically.  That was mistake #1 – doing a job I really didn’t want.

My breaking point was after the year I signed $125,000 in SEO clients – and all I got out of it was $25,000! We’re talking SIGNED CONTRACTS!  – can you imagine that? I was kicking myself for a year just going – if only these bastards would pay up!  Sure, we were getting money – but we were working too hard for too little and what’s worse – we weren’t even getting what we were owed!  Mistake #2 – getting paid less than your worth after 12 months

After sitting down with my wife and talking about what we could do better – she said “that’s easy – we’re not focused on doing just ONE THING”

That was mistake #3 – We weren’t focused.  We had to get focused.  I needed to decide what my purpose in life was going to be.  If I wanted to be the SEO guy for the next 20 years or something else.   At the time, I had my hand in 4 or more business projects – 2 of them were making over $500 a month and the other two about $500 combined.  “Money is money” I used to say – but I’ve stopped using that expression because money will come to you in the form that you accept.  When I was desparate – I attracted desparate unqualified customers.

As humans we need focus because focus creates momentum and power.  When our brains have to switch activities it interrupts our momentum and its called ‘stress’.  The more tasks we engage in at a time, the more stressed and un-focused we become.  When we’re overly stressed or committed to too many things and continue to keep going – often times we quickly grown tired or feel unmotivated to even start an activity.  Amased clutter, discussion of unfinished business projects or continual discussions of ‘a new business idea’ are all symptoms of unfocused people.

Mistake #4 – at first, we didn’t know what we wanted.  If focus creates power, what creates focus?  Questions control focus and help us decide on what will be the best option to focus on.  Questions like these will help you better narrow down what type of career you should dive into and what jobs to stay clear of: “What would you do if you knew you couldn’t fail?”, “what are you passionate about?” , “What things do you enjoy doing?” , “What tasks do you want to do on a daily basis?” , “what are tasks you never want to do?” , “where do you want to work?” (indoors, outdoors, office, from home?) , “where do you see yourself in 5, 10, 20 years from now?” , “What are your financial goals (monthly, yearly, lifetime)?”